The Art of Competition

People have always considered me a competitive person – maybe partly because of my athletic background (college baseball and gym rat for many years). 

But, in particular, with both of those situations, competing never played a part.

In baseball, for instance, being on the mound and performing – the art of pitching – was why I was there. Yes, I wanted to win, but I remember games I lost 1-0 and 2-1 that stand out.

In basketball, the workout and the camaraderie were the main reasons to be involved.

However, golf was different – it was an experience of being outdoors and being with the Dalai Lama. I was never any good.  But, I kept playing.

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